Caesars Entertainment uses Oracle Cloud, improved guest experience

Oracle Cloud for businessCaesars Entertainment has used Oracle Cloud Applications and improved the experiences of its guests and employees across 47 properties in five countries.

The casino entertainment company has increased business agility and reduced costs by streamlining financial processes and improving employee productivity and engagement across its entire business operations.

Caesars Entertainment relied on Oracle ERP Cloud and Oracle Human Capital Management (HCM) Cloud services to transform its business by connecting 650 disparate systems to a cloud-based solution.

“Oracle Cloud Applications enabled us to modernize our financial and HR systems so that we could quickly and easily embrace industry best practices, connect disparate applications and data sets and improve productivity,” Keith Causey, senior vice president and chief accounting officer, Caesars Entertainment, said.

Oracle ERP Cloud will support Caesars Entertainment to increase productivity, lower costs and improve controls by eliminating spreadsheets and manual processes.

Oracle HCM Cloud will enable Caesars Entertainment to find, grow and retain the best talent and achieve complete workforce insights by streamlining access to internal and external talent and delivering advanced reporting and analytics.

“With Oracle Cloud Applications, Caesars Entertainment has embraced modern finance and HR best practices, increased productivity and dedicated more resources to its ongoing mission to provide guests with amazing experiences,” Steve Miranda, executive vice president of applications development at Oracle, said.

Meanwhile, Oracle in a report said that a cumulative $2 trillion will be added to U.S. Gross Domestic Product over the next ten years as a result of the productivity and innovation gains that cloud services will deliver.

These gains will be attained through the widespread diffusion of advanced technologies such as blockchain, artificial intelligence, cognitive computing, machine learning, and intelligent automation; as well as industry best practices, Oracle said.

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